Group Study Rooms

Updated for Fall 2020

About reservations

To reserve a group study room, log in at Reserve Tufts.

Reservations are limited to 3 hours per student per day; 1 hour is the minimum reservation.

Covid-19 Updates

  • All gatherings must be capped at 10 or fewer physical attendees, indoors or outdoors.  Any reservations for more than 10 people will be cancelled.
  • Attendees must wear face coverings that cover their mouth and nose at all times, indoors and outdoors, except when eating or drinking.
  • Attendees must keep six feet of physical distance between each other at all times.
  • Attendees will clean their immediate area when first entering and upon leaving the space.
  • Attendees will leave the space the way they found it.  Chairs should be moved back to their original positions; all white boards and chalk boards should be erased.

Rooms included in the Reserve Tufts Fall 2020 Student Spaces template 

Level  

Room Numbers

Description

Capacity

1

104A, 105, 106, 107   

Rooms near the Mark Lab

1

1

123A-D

Group study rooms

 

2

204

Conference room near the Data Lab   

6

2

214A-B, 220A-B

Glass door consultation rooms

1

2

218A-D

Group study rooms

2

2

223

Learning & Teaching Commons

18

2

224

Research Hub 4

2

226

Austin Room

16

3

310

Classroom

6

3

314

Classroom

15

Can 1 person use a study room?

For Fall 2020, the answer is yes- in order to adhere to state and University distancing guidelines, some of our available study rooms will only have the capacity to seat 1 person.

How far in advance can I make a reservation?

Reservations may be made up to one year in advance.

What if the group is late to their reservation?

Reservations may be canceled if you have not arrived by 15 minutes after the start of the reservation.

How do I reserve a room?

To reserve a room, please go to Reserve Tufts and log in with your Tufts username and password. Once a reservation is made, you will receive a confirmation email.

What if someone is in the room and I have a reservation?

If someone is occupying a room that you have a confirmed reservation for, politely inform them that you have a reservation. If there is an issue, please ask for assistance at the Main Desk of the Library.

I don't need the reservation I made. What should I do?

Tisch has a very limited number of rooms so only reserve a room if you intend to use it. If you find you do not need a reservation, please be courteous and cancel the reservation using the room scheduling site. Students are expected to leave the room in the condition it was found. Please remove all trash, erase all boards and return the furniture to its original location.

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